Mausoleums (132 Subjects)
The tomb of Sultan Mahmud II.
The tomb of Sultan Suleiman I (Suleiman the Magnificent).
Imperial tomb in Istanbul.
The Mausoleum of Mehmed I (Green Tomb) in Bursa.
Interior of the Mosque of Mehmed I (Yeşil Cami – Green Mosque) in Bursa. Watercolour by Louis de Launay.
Ottoman mausoleum near Pinarhissar (Doxipara).
Remains of Ottoman mausoleum in Edirne.
The Temple of Episkopi, Sikinos.
View of the Temple of Episkopi, Sikinos.
The Mosque of Sultan Suleiman I.
Lycian sarcophagi at Myra (today Demre).
Lycian sarcophagus at Fethiye (gr. Makri).
"Archocrateion", Hellenistic rock cut tomb, at Lindos, Rhodes.
Plans and section plans of rock-carved mausoleums in Palaiopolis, Cythera.
Orthodox priest guides a gentleman of west European origin into the interior section of a rock-cut mausoleum in Palaiopolis, Cythera.
Turkish mausoleums and funerary steles in the Peloponnese.
Persian mausoleum in Çehel-minar, close to Şiraz (Iran).
Interior view of the Mausoleum of Sultan Suleiman I. In the foreground a model of the entire mosque complex.
View of the Sehzade Mosque and Mausoleum in Fatih.
Mausoleum in the Muslim cemetery of Üsküdar.
View of the Roman temples at Baalbeck (anc. Heliopolis).
Views of the mausoleums of Sultans Murat III, Selim I, Mehmet III and Mustafa I in Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.
Fig. 1. View of the Hellenistic, theater of Fethiye (anc. Telmessos) in Asia Minor. Fig. 2. Lycian tombs and sarcophagi at Fethiye (anc. Telmessos) in Asia Minor.
Lycian sarcophagi and mausoleums at Fethiye (anc. Telmessos) in Asia Minor.
Lycian sarcophag at Fethiye (anc. Telmessos) in Asia Minor.
Carved tombs in Fethiye (anc. Telmessos) in Asia Minor.
Fig. 1. Rock-cut mausoleum in Fethiye (anc. Telmessos) in Asia Minor. Fig. 2. Lanscape at the Gulf of Saint Paul, in Lindos (Rhodes).
The Tholos tomb of Mycenae (Treasury of Atreus).
Roman mausoleum (today part of the church of Panagia Marmariotissa) in Chalandri.
Kidron Valley in Jerusalem. The monuments called Absalom's tomb (A) and Zechariah's tomb (C) together with other funerary monuments.